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Donald Sterling to keep up fight over Clippers, attorney says
Donald Sterling to keep up fight over Clippers, attorney says

A day after a wide-ranging defeat in court that cleared a path for the Clippers to be sold for $2 billion, Donald Sterling hasn't given up. "The ruling yesterday only reinforced to him that he has to continue fighting," Sterling attorney Bobby Samini said Tuesday, "and as of 10 minutes ago it hasn't changed." Instead of an end to the three-month saga, the preliminary decision by Judge Michael Levanas in Los Angeles Superior Court is but one battle, Samini believed, in a war to keep the Clippers. That fight now centers on 115 words of California's probate code. Shelly Sterling's victory Monday included Levanas' invoking section 1310(b) of...

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